This week has been quiet alright, nothing too spectacular occurred, ha. But we are teaching some really fun people, and it would seem good things are on the way.
We're teaching a man named K, and he's a graduate with a music degree. He's a chorister and come to find out he has an extreme passion for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, but he wasn't aware that they were from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Hopefully this coming week he will come to church, and play the organ for us as well.
Right now, we're trying to work with members and help them realize the role they can play and the impact they can make in missionary work.
Alma 6:6 "Nevertheless the children of God were commanded that they should gather themselves oft, and join in fasting and mighty prayer in behalf of the welfare of the souls of those who knew not God."
If the members will pray to God on behalf of investigators and individuals in the area, that their hearts may be softened, tremendous miracles can take place. God answers our prayers, and if members will do such a simple thing they can see the impact they will make in the work. Not only that, there is a key word there, "commanded". It is a commandment for us as members to do this.
The work is sweet, and I'm just enjoying my time in Nkanfoa, making the best of whatever time I have left here. I think that's really all I have to share.
Keep the faith and keep praying. Hold to the Iron Rod.
Talk to you soon. Love from Ghana!